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for that. what we do know about dzhokar tsarnaev was he was involved in a ferocious firefight with the police last night. his brother was killed in that firefight. what we have not been able to determine what, the police apparently do not know themselves is whether dzhokar might have been wounded in that firefight. we have no idea, but when you listen to the firefight that was. >> reporter:ed on videotape, when you hear police officials tell you 200 rowns were exchanged and the brother was killed, if dzhokar tsarnaev was not wounded in that firefierkt it would be a very surprising thing. but, again, we do not have solid information on that. the police themselves paecial do not know. he escaped on foot in the night while that firefight was under way. a police officer was gravely wounded, shot in that firefight, and dzhokar's brother, 26-year-old tamerlan, was killed. so we want to bring you up on date on where we are right now and what you're seeing. this is a neighborhood in watertown, massachusetts, north of the charles river from boston. this has been the area that police ha
it did not come peacefully. >> early friday evening gunfire erupted in watertown. dzhokar tsarnaev was apparently putting up a fight after finding himself surrounded by police. what followed was a tense standoff with the 19-year-old tsarnaev. friday night ending would be different, unlike his older brother, the youngest tsarnaev would be captured, injured but alive. this photo shows tsarnaev being transferred to an ambulance. we are told he is now in serious condition. the art of dzhokar tsarnaev was greeted by cheers. we'll have a live report from poppy harlow to the reaction of the arrest. >>> friday night's dramatic events followed a massive manhunt. after thursday night's gun fight that resulted in the death of his older brother, dzhokar tsarnaev was finally cornered late friday afternoon hiding on a boat in the backyard of a watertown home. now we go to cnn's edward davis. >> he exchanged gunfire with the police this afternoon. >> there was an exchange back and forth of gunfire this afternoon in the boat location, is that correct? >> that's correct. that's what i've been told.
and was pronounced dead a short time later. his younger brother dzhokar tsarnaev is due on foot and a manhunt has been intense throughout the day and to this very hour and door-to-door searches taking place across the region as they have all day long. blackhawk helicopters descending upon the region along with the national guard aiding in the search that is so far not yielding any results. train service in boston is suspended and businesses are told to remain closed the boston bruins and red sox canceled their games for tonight and the search goes on for one of the terrorist who is armed and dangerous looking to kill even more americans. we begin in watertown massachusetts where moments ago shots were fired we are of life from the scene with the very latest. >> in the last five or six minutes shots were heard with the massive police response and armored personnel carriers, a s.w.a.t. teams and ambulance as well as dozens of police cars screaming down the street police helicopter up in the air this occurred half an hour after the police and governor patrick ended a police conference admitting it s
:00 that suspect number two, when who has been identified as dzhokar tsarnaev escaped last night's shootout. his older brother died. that's confirmed as well. and we were told today at the press conference, i think much to people's astonishment that dzhokar tsarnaev escaped on foot. and how could he possibly escape the scene on foot and be far away, and now if that is the case and he is in the boat and just a square mile away, that it makes sense he found somewhere to hide in intervening hours. >> yeah. a couple of interesting things should be pointed out. one, first of all, it is really remarkable that he was not discovered last night. because the police presence that was on the ground in this very concentrated area was unlike anything i had ever seen. there were literally hundreds of officers and equipped in tactical outfits and flak jackets and armed with assault rifles going through the neighborhood. there were at least a half dozen different agencies responding, including state police and the fbi. i had never seen a police presence like this. and that includes things like the beltway sniper
it was much different feeling. the intense manhunt for dzhokar tsarnaev came to a close. hours after his older brother was killed in a shootout. they discovered him hiding and bleeding in a boat. >> we have a movement in the boat. >> in an exclusive interview with abc news, a neighbor of the boat owner described the chaos. >> had been yelling, joe, get out, get out. >> he is unable to communicate with a heavy police presence surrounding his hospital room. >> we have a million questions and those questions need to be answered. >> the brothers came to the u.s. and became athletes and attended top boston schools. then after spending several months in russia, tamerian urged jihad and dzhokar tsarnaev posted anti-american tweets. the people of boston are finally >> we're going to get right back up again. >> in a sign of unity today, the entire crowd at red sox game they sang the national anthem together. >> katie: we're learning more tonight about what it took to track down the suspect. five-day nightmare ended when dzhokar tsarnaev was found in a boat of a watertownhome. the 19-year-old you can se
how authorities are monitoring the surviving boston bombing suspect. 19-year-old dzhokar tsarnaev waking up this morning in a federal prison hospital and confined to a small cell with a steel door. authorities say that he hasn't spoken much since he was read his miranda rights. good morning. welcome to america's i'm heather childers with n for jamie colby. >>> i'm eric shawn. he is being kept under heavy facility. he is right now at the federal medical center, located on the ground of a former army base. it's right in the middle of the state. it is designed specifically for inmates in need of long term medical care. they ce more secure than he potentially was at the hospital in downtown boston. david lee miller is live near that bombing site. good morning david lee. >> reporter: good morning. ordinarily on a sunday morning the square behind me would be quiet and sleepy. that is not the case this morning. almost two weeks after the double bombings took place just a few hundred feet where i am now. take a look over my shoulder. off in the distance you can see the makeshift memorial
for the second suspect. massachusetts police just released these images today. they show dzhokar tsarnaev wounded and widing in a boat just moments before he was captured yesterday. ♪ sweet caroline. >> neil diamond sang his "sweet caroline" a song sung at red sox home games. a sense of pride and loss emanated from the crowd. ama daetz joins us live from boston tonight with the story of a city's strength. >> ama: i'm standing here at one of the barricades on boylston street, and just to my right here is the area that been shut down all week after the bombings monday morning. today, saturday, boston is coming back alive, now that the second beening suspect has been captured. >> won't you join us as we observe a moment of silence. >> after a solemn moment at fenway park honoring the victims of the bombings, the red sox and told the world and their fans they're were finished living in fear. less than 24 hours ago it was a much different feeling. as the intense manhunt for the second bombing suspect came a close. hours after dzhokar's older brother was killed in a shootout, resident discovered the
in new york city's times square times square. tamerlan tsarnaev and dzhokar tsarnaev had a pressure cooker bomb and 5 pipe bombs left over from the boston marathon bombings. new york mayor michael bloomberg said this information came from hospital interrogations of the younger brother, dzhokar tsarnaev. >> he told the fbi he and his brother intended to drive to new york and designate additional explosives in times square. >> dzhokar tsarnaev had been questioned for 16 hours before receiving his miranda warning. from that point on he remained silent. >> more developments in the boston marathon bombings. in the investigation. searchers went through a landfill in massachusetts. media reports say they are looking for receipts or packages from ammunition purchases of parts of homemade bombs. the fbi director traveled to boston and met with members working on the investigation. and the father of the suspects say he will be in the u.s. to visit his son. >>> the boy from martinez who was injured in the boston marathon bombings today visited the site of the attacks. he and his parents return
that point, we know that he had not been able to be located dzhokar tsarnaev with a search of watertown but it just appears that 1 mi. from where i am not located at that they have found them. reporting live, back to you. >> pam: you disturb a live report from the scene that there is activity. that this second suspect has been handed down. there has been reports of flashback explosions and he has been-- pinned down. another day of boston people on edge. on the phone with us david fisher action we've a live report, from david fisher he is a terrorist specialist. can you give us a sense of how things are unfolding? can you hear us? >> pam: hello? >> yes i can hear you. pam, there is a real conflict here. want to be endangered. and i hope that we can do everything possible to arrest this suspect because he has a lot of information that only he can answer. we're hoping that the is able to be captured, alive. >> pam: what is your sense of these brothers with their pictures shown. and leading us to where we are, now. >> very rapidly. frankly, in other such cases it has taken longer. but now,
dzhokar tsarnaev hiding in a boat in watertown, massachusetts. that's an infrared image of him there. right now, the 19 year old can't speak because of his injuries. he has a wound in his neck. stacey cohan has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: a five-day nightmare for the entire boston area concluded friday night as 19-year-old dzhokar tsarnaev was found and captured -- from his hiding place -- a boat in the backyard of a watertown home. >> we had a couple thousand police officers on scene, the turn out was just incredible. >> reporter: police launched a massive manhunt late thursday -- chasing dzhokar and his brother tamerlan tsarnaev -- who later died in a shootout with police. saturday, the suspect's uncle urged his nephew be honest and tell authorites everything >> i'm relieved that he's alive first of all that there's now a chance to find out who was behind it. second of all i stress that there is a chance for dzhokar to seek forgiveness. >> reporter: on saturday governor deval patrick spoke to reporters saying tsarnaev is not yet able to communicate -- but hopes th
in the capture of the bombing suspect dzhokar tsarnaev, we have new pictures of the surviving suspect as he tried to hide from police. the latest on the investigation. >> ♪ hallelujah... >> axelrod: a stirring day at fenway park. red sox fans pay tribute to the resolve of all those who responded to the attack. an and a boston marathon champion eow in london with a message of resilience as she gets ready for her next marathon tomorrow. >> you can't live your life in fear. i mean, anything could happen anywhere. re captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. "we are boston, we are strong, we are boston strong"-- that was the message of an emotional ceremony at fenway park before the boston red sox game this afternoon and the feeling throughout the city after the capture of dzhokar tsarnaev, suspect number two, in the boston marathon bombing. here's the latest. tsarnaev is in serious condition in the hospital, under heavy tard. he is unable to talk to investigators, we are told. no charges have been filed yet. s bombing victims are still i
-day search of a landfill 60 miles south of boston near where dzhokar tsarnaev attended college. sources say investigators were looking for laptop computers as they try to determine what shape the tsarnaev brothers' views. investigators believed the brothers were influenced by the online preachings of islamic radicals, include anwar al-awlaki. >> the simple answer is america cannot and will not win. >> reporter: the american-born cleric was a leader of al qaeda's affiliate iniemen and linked to multiple plots in the u.s., among them, the attempted underwear bombing of a detroit-bound airliner on christmas day. al-awlaki was killed in a u.s. drone strike in 2011. authorities are also examining what they believe to be a twitter account of dzhokar tsarnaev, which includes a tweet in russian last year saying, "i will get killed young." but tsarnaev may have shared that account with another person. in watertown, where dzhokar tsarnaev was captured eight days ago, investigators towed away the boat where he had been hiding. police now say the 19-year-old did not have a weapon and did not shoot hims
: after a massive manhunt police tracking down dzhokar tsarnaev to a boat in the backyard. how did they do it? mark furman joins uss it is always fun to see the police almost to a surgical operation he is in custody and alive and question him to figure out his motives but it was a great operation to night? >> it certainly was. most of my questions as the perimeter was set up is was that large enough and was he able to get outside the perimeter and was there enough personnel tutsi-led off? the answer to both is yes. i have a feeling he got as far as he could until the perimeter started to close and then he found the boat. greta: i understand that the bombing was planned obviously they had to make the bomb and figure out a way to deliver and drop them and get out of there but then they stuck around. this is their neighborhood and a city and ttey never left and that is baffling. >> i would agree and i don't suspect we could answer that question. i and my sure he will but if you look at the evidence they did not apply all of the items that the marathon is a lie suspected another location they
bombings off the streets and in custody. 19-year-old dzhokar tsarnaev was found hiding in a boat last night arrested after boston and suburbs were put on day long lock down. more than a million residents told to stay inside as they went door to door searching for the suspect. >> i was cooped up in my house for the last 24 hours wondering if the guy was in my backyard, in my garage or in my neighborhood. >> and he was. cowering bleeding after a shootout with police. his co-conspire terrify was dead. had he executed an m.i.t. officer and led employs a wild chase. an ethnic chechnyan who lived here got away but not for long. his arrest was operationed by the president. >> we have closed an important chapter in this tragedy. >> and by this community still in mourning. >> it brings a sigh of relief and it allows us to start the healing process. >> dzhokar tsarnaev he was listed in serious condition. we don't know the extent of his injuries but they were bad enough that investigators were unable to question him about his motive. >>> an odd twist in thursday's death of an m.i.t. campus officer tha
dzhokar tsarnaev. >> the bay area muslim community condemned the boston marathon attacks. ♪ >> protesters were in and around san francisco's civic center plaza to demand justice against dzhokar and tamerlan tsarnaev. marchers called the brothers radicals and -- >> the boston marathon attack, muslims believe in peace and we're here to spread our message that any kind of violence is unacceptable and we condemn it. >> the protests called attention to the ongoing persecution of shia muslims in several countries. >>> it will be two weeks ago tomorrow when two bombs exploded during the boston marathon. tonight, there's a in rink until the investigation of the crime. when one of the suspects was on the phone with his mother, they weren't the only ones on the line. here's the story. >> the reasons unknown russian intelligence was wire tapping a telephone call between tamerlan tsarnaev and his mother, in 2011. and whatever they overheard, it was enough to ask the tows investigate him. it may have to do with a six-month visit tamerlan made in russia. >> we have to do a lot of investigation in russi
as possible because there are "serious issues regarding possible interrogation." now that dzhokar tsarnaev is in custody the world is waiting to see what's next for the 19-year-old. stacey cohan has the very >> reporter: a five-day nightmare for the entire boston area concluded friday night as 19-year-old dzhokar tsarnaev was found and captured -- from his hiding place -- a boat in the backyard of a watertown home. >> we had a couple thousand police officers on scene. we had tactical people to close the scene down and secure it. we took our time to make sure that everyone was safe >> reporter: police launched a massive manhunt late thursday -- chasing dzhokar and his brother tamerlan tsarnaev -- who later died in a shootout with police. when dzhokar was found -- the bloodied man initially refused to come out of the boat. >> we could tell he was alive and moving and began negotiations that way and over a long period of time we were able to get him to >> reporter: the suspect was rushed to the hospital and watertown residents gathered in the enforcement today, the suspect's uncle is urging h
could come as early as today against the surviving suspect dzhokar tsarnaev. they are questioning the 19-year-old in his hospital bed. we can't confirm that. the reports are he is responding substantively via writing because they said he had shot himself in the head and mismisfiring and cannot speak. and older brother's wife, katherine russell she converted to islam at the request of her husband and could potentially be a treasure trove of information on this man. our chief correspondent catherine herridge joins us. >> reporter: that's right. investigators are focusing on tamerian tsarnaev trip to russia and whether he had contact with other suspected terrorists. republican briefed by an assistant director the bureau believed the brothers had outside help. >> the f.b.i. and the c.i.a. and every intelligence agency we have is scrambling to figure out what is coming next. who were they associated with? with these two guys lone wolves. it's cleared they were tied to international terrorist groups in chechnya. are they tied to al-qaeda? we don't know yet. >> they sent a letter to the bureau
-day nightmare ended last night when dzhokar tsarnaev was found in the back of a boat in the back yard of a home. when he was found he initially refused to come out of the boat. >> you could tell he was alive and moving, and we began the negotiations that way, and over a long period of time we were able to finally get him to surrender. >> in an expliews -- exclusive interview, neighbor of towboat owner, described the chaos. >> yelling: get out, get out, get out. >> the suspect was rushed to the hospital and watertown residents gathered in the streets streetsr the law enforcement. >>> the younger brother remains in the hospital right now. 19-year-old dzhokar tsarnaev is in serious bit stable condition. authorities say he is unlikely to be able to communicate yet. >> the fbi has updated his wanted poster to say, captured, under his picture. a public defender will represent him in court. he is expected to be charged under federal law, which means he could face the death penalty, and will also be questioned without having miranda rights read to hem. authorities invoked a rare public safety exceptio
to normal. >> law enforcement sources tell abc news dzhokar tsarnaev is awake in a boston hospital and being questioned about possible accomplices and unexploded bombs. he is responding in writing due to a serious throat injuries. >> they had other bombs and other explosives and they were planning to do something else. >> this is the first moment that the interrogation team has spoken to him since the manhunt. >> new video shows him hiding in a boat as stun grenades exploded. his older brother was killed in another police shootout and they are looking to a recent trip of russia that is a hotbed of islamic activity. >> from there, what happened a marathon day. >> federal authorities say the amount of evidence is overwhelming including this photo showing him placing a bomb near eight-year-old martin richard who was killed. families gathered at sunday mass to remember the victims. a wake was held for 29-year-old chris al campbell that will be laid to rest on monday. more than 50 people remain hospitalized. >> at mass, she credits her friend for saving her life and carrying her to safety. >> her
because i am furious. it has been less than a week since i-- well, we nabbed alleged boston bomber dzhokar tsarnaev. am i pronouncing that correctly? >> the "d" is silent. >> thank you d-django. the f.b.i. and the boston police did a her oak job catching the chechen terrorist after he tried to escape on a landlocked boat. ( laughter ). but now our secret chechen president has screwed the whole thing up. >> dzhokar tsarnaev has told f.b.i. agents about his role in the bombings but was we've just learned he did so before being advised of his moosh rights. >> investigators say the surviving bomb suspect has now stopped talking to them after he was read his miranda rights. >> stephen: no! why did we read him his miranda rights? if anything we should have read him his samantha rights. you give him three cosmos, and, girlfriend, he starts to dish. now, now he knows he has the right to remain silent, and things were going so well. right, "fox & friends"? >> turns out the bombing suspect in boston was singing like a canary until the judge showed up. and read him his rights. >> so before he was re
scanners as s.w.a.t. teams converged on dzhokar tsarnaev's hiding place last night. he climbed into a family's boat that was in the family's backyard after a shootout with police happened about 1:30 a.m. thursday night into friday that left his brother dead. whole day the police searched where the younger brother was. when this particular homeowner went outside of his house, he noticed blood on his boat. that is when he lifted the tarp and saw what looked like a crumpled body. his frantic 911 call triggering a massive police response that ended in the suspect's capture. he was captured alive. george lives a few doors down from where dzhokar tsarnaev was hiding. he joins us now by phone. george, amazing to talk to you. thank you so much. what was the first word that you had from the boat and homeowner we're talking about that he had found dzhokar tsarnaev? >> well, it was about 6:00 and i was out in the yard and grandkids and enjoying the last part of the day. i looked over and i saw my neighbor on the porch. it was a police officer holding him. he had a gray sweater on and i sa
taking 19 year old dzhokar tsarnaev into custody two hours ago and after the manhunt leading to a backyard in watertown the first shots of gunfire in the neighborhood holy holy. [gun shots] greta: soon after the neighbors saw and heard around of gun blasts. then the were the suspect was hiding in a boat outside a watertown home. >> a call came in to the police and fbi agents responded to franklin street. and a man had come out of his house after being inside all day he walked outside and saw blood on the boat in the backyard. he opened the tarp and he looked in to see that man covered in blood and retreated and called us. we set up a perimeter around the boat and over the course of the next hour we exchanged gunfire with the suspect and ultimately the hostage rescue team and fbi made an injury to remove the suspect who was still alive. >> talk about the imperative to take him alive. >> brieux's want to take them alive. >> via understand but talk about why. >> we always want to take somebody alive to find out what happened. >> how badly injured? >> the team did try to negotiat
are trying to zero in on whether or not the suspect, dzhokar, the younger brother, tsarnaev, had terrorist training. now, for older brother, who obviously is dead, has been living -- lived in the united states since 2007. what is your gut in terms of whether or not these two have had training in terrorism and whether or not that training took place in the u.s. or elsewhere? >> from my point of view, you don't need much terrorism training to do what they did. it was very simple, very basic. you can learn how to build these devices on the internet. you can learn some of the tactics of some previous bombings. it was an act of cowardice putting it near children and innocent people. i don't think you need any specialized training to do what they did. they stayed in the area immediately thereafter, didn't try to conceal themselves, et cetera. >> why is it so easy to learn how to build a bomb on the internet? you know, no one is more for free speech than me, but let's face it. you could learn how to build this thing on the internet. is there anything we can do in a free society to ensure that it'
at the same time. >> and the younger brother at large, dzhokar tsarnaev, mr. mayor, what's your sense in terms of those working with him? we have been talking about the possibility of accomplices. what do you think? could this have been undertaken just these two individuals, or would your gut say there are others involved? >> i doubt it's just the two of them. i don't expect it's a big organization. i don't expect that this is, you know, some kind of gigantic organization we're dealing with, but i do think it's more than two people. it seems to me they had an awful lot available to them when they were captured. he's involved in something now where it seems to me he's probably getting some kind of help. i think you would have to go on the premise that there's a small organization supporting them. and it would be better to go on that premise than to assume that there isn't. >> if that's right, there has to be then a series of parallel investigations that are going on. obviously, there's a lot of people being brought to bear. you've now dealt with a number of terrorist investigations. how many pa
correspondent that a federal judge showed up at the hospital where bombing suspect dzhokar tsarnaev was being questioned and informed him of his right to remain silent. landmarks on capitol hill say they were surprised that the judge was showing up. it came as news to them and they were not done with what they said had been a productive session with this terror suspect. lawmakers are now demanding to know why and how this happened and exactly who ordered it. the chairman of the house intel community mike rogers has written to eric holder asking why this judge decided to go to the hospital so early. did she decide to do it by herself? who in the intelligence community or the obama administration was consulted? katherine heritage has more. >> thank you. good afternoon. congressman rogers who receives regular updates on the investigation told fox news that he believes russian they had had more information and did not provide it to c.i.a. or f.b.i. in 2011. >> they let us peek under the curtain a little bit. they have very valuable information, "a" they should have provided it earlier and bms we
marathon bombings. police are searching for dzhokar tsarnaev going street to street looking for any sign of the 19-year-old suspect. we just learned we'll get an update from officials 5:30 eastern time out of the water town, massachusetts. this all started last night with reports of a fatal shooting and an attempted robbery in the 10:00 hour. a wild police chase ensued with the two suspects lobbing homemade bombs at police. a terrifying fire fight in the middle of the street around 1:30 this morning eastern standard time. [ gun shots ] >> bill: the older brother identified as suspect number one age 26 tamerian tsarnaev was killed in the fight. but dzhokar tsarnaev escaped at that pint. then they locked the area down tight. police in watertown, belmont, newton, camden, telling residents to stay in doors. transit system is shut down. buses aren't running, trains aren't running. businesses told to shut their doors for the day and police are going door to door trying to find suspect number two. they say he is armed and dangerous. his father not only does he believe his sons are innocent but
tracking down dzhokar tsarnaev do to a boat. how did they do that. mark fuhrman joins us. they almost did a surgical operation. he a alive, in custody, but it certainly was a great operation tonight, wasn't it? >> it certainly was. most of my questions since this perimeter was set up was it large enough and did the suspect before he was able to get outside the perimeter and was there enough personnel to seal it up. answer to both those questions is obviously yet. i have a feeling that he got as far as he could until the perimeter started closing in and he found that bet on. >> greta: what i don't understand, i hope in the days and weeks to come -- that this bombing was planned obviously. they had to make the bomb. they had to figure out a way to deliver them. they had to drop them and get out of there, but they stuck around. they didn't flee. this is their neighborhood, town and city. they never left. they never made a plan to get away. to me that is baffling. >> greta, i would agree. he can but i'm not sure he is going to answer that question. they didn't deploy all the ordinance at the
the this and i.d.ded themselves on security video not sow much for what they did but what hedo. dzhokar tsarnaev did not react with surprise when the initial bombs went off. he was standing with a crowd when the first bomb went off, and virtually every head turns towards the finish line, and apparent bewilderment and alarm. bomber two, dzhokar tsarnaev, virtually alone at the restaurant, appears calm. he glances east and then calmly but deliberately wrappedly heads to the west and ten seconds later the second bomb goes off. also what we see from the criminal complaint is that they identified themselves on the night of that gun battle and car chase. that coming from the carjacking victim, who tells police officers that one of the men apparently tamerlan, opened the door to his car, pointed a gun at him and said, did you hear about the boston bombings? i did that. he showed him the gun he was carrying was loaded and said, i'm serious. the court documents detail the scent gun battle. the homemade bombs being thrown out of the car and also talk about the wounds dzhokar had when he surrendered. gunsh
says dzhokar tsarnaev confessed he and his brother planned to go to new york after the boston marathon bombings. at first he said they were going to new york to party and then they changed their minds. they had a bomb and five pipe bombs left over and they planned to detonate in times square. >> they were going to drive to times square. >> michael bloomberg said if they had come to times square they would have found an enormous police presence after security was stepped up. the fbi has been interrogating dzhokar tsarnaev but now they they read him his rights dzhokar tsarnaev stopped talking. >>> in washington lawmakers heard chilling testimony about the threat from home grown terrorists. experts said that last week's attack proves home grown terrorists are out there and they said the threat is not limited to bombs. they testified domestic terrorists can access weapons like anthrax. >> with knowledge about laboratory techniques it would not be difficult to create a biological spread that could be harmful to a lot of people. >> response plans aren't strong enough. he recommends the fbi,
the final chapter in the capture of dzhokar tsarnaev? >> well, this has been an extraordinary culmination of a day. for a longtime today, for several minutes, four, five, six, seven eight vehicles passed by this area. i'm on nichol street in east watertown. they sped to franklin street. at franklin street they made a left and there they were joined by other police forces surrounding a home there where the individual they were looking for, they felt was hiding. he was indeed hiding underneath a tarp. there was an efforts, i was told, by two police officers aknown mussy -- anonymously that they wanted to capture him alive. they fired tracer bullet into the air. i don't know if there was a gunfight as reported. i do understand that the suspect incurred injuries but some type of altercation, perhaps some type of gun fight ensued. >> suarez: do you know if there was an attempt to bring hostage negotiators to the scene to try to talk tsarnaev out of position he was in? >> i don't know the answer to that question. talking to police officers anonymously, they were under ordered not to talk to the
of dzhokar tsarnaev, upgraded today to fair. >> woodruff: plus, jeffrey brown examines the lessons learned for public safety officials about security at big events and gatherings. >> ifill: then, a powerful democrat, montana's max baucus, is the eighth senator to say he won't seek reelection next year. we look at why democrats are worried. >> woodruff: fred de sam lazaro reports on gender bias in india, where many parents still opt for baby boys over girls. >> the gap began to wideen in the '90s with new ultrasound machines that made it easy to learn a fetus's sex. this scans have led to the termination of millions of female pregnancies. >> ifill: and margaret warner talks with the author of a new book about shadow warfare waged by the c.i.a. and special forces. >> a week after 9/11 president bush gave the c.i.a. lethal authority to capture and kill al qaeda members so they become much more into the killing business and the military. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the e
. >> the orders went out to do everything to cap tour 19-year-old dzhokar tsarnaev alive, even after an initial exchange of gunfire. phloem white house down the priority is to learn the motives for the attack. three people were killed and 180 were severely wounded. >> we will determine what happened. we will investigate any associations these terrorists may have had. >> sir never was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, but once he is conscious a special team of agents will question him without telling him he has a right to remain silent or without a lawyer, for 50 minutes. >> there's a public safety exemption in cases of national security and since the charms involving acts of terrorism so the government has the opportunity. >> the dramatic events unfolded just after authorities lifted a lockdown on water town, the man who lived in this house, went outside and saw blood on his boat. his neighbor picks 'the story. >> started to open up the zipper and looked inside and he saw blood, and then he looked and his deck has a box, the engine box before the deck, and he looked at what he though
everything to cap tour 19-year-old dzhokar tsarnaev alive, even after an initial exchange of gunfire. phloem white house down the priority is to learn the motives for the attack. three people were killed and 180 were severely wounded. >> we will determine what happened. we will investigate any associations these terrorists may have had. >> sir never was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, but once he is conscious a special team of agents will question him without telling him he has a right to remain silent or without a lawyer, for 50 minutes. >> there's a public safety exemption in cases of national security and since the charms involving acts of terrorism so the government has the opportunity. >> the dramatic events unfolded just after authorities lifted a lockdown on water town, the man who lived in this house, went outside and saw blood on his boat. his neighbor picks 'the story. >> starteden up the zipper and looked inside and he saw blood, and then he looked and his deck has a box, the engine box before the deck, and he looked at what he thought was a body right behind the box.
. >> pelley: thank you for that. what we do know about dzhokar tsarnaev was he was involved in a ferocious firefight with the police last night. his brother was killed in that firefight. what we have not been able to determine what, the police apparently do not know themselves is whether dzhokar might have been wounded in that firefight. we have no idea, but when you listen to the firefight that was. >> reporter:ed on videotape, when you hear police officials tell you 200 rowns were exchanged and the brother was killed, if dzhokar tsarnaev was not wounded in that firefierkt it would be a very surprising thing. but, again, we do not have solid information on that. the police themselves paecial do notw.
against dzhokar tsarnaev. investigators won't say whether they've been begun questioning him in the hospital. he's unable to speak after being shot in the throat. fbi wants to speak with his wife's older brother -- i'm sorry, with his older brother who was killed in the shoot-out thursday night. dr. collins is here, head of north american maple croft. welcome. so, look, first of all, how complicating will this be for the investigation if they're unable to get him to speak? it sounds as though he's beginning to write. >> yes. thanks for having me on this morning. it's important in the beginning context and for this instance. so this is the first islamist attack on the united states since 9/11. in 2006, we had the liquid bomb plot that was foiled. and there's the underwear bomb plot in 2009. the times square plot in 2010. this is the first real attack since 2001. >> first successful attack is what you're saying. >> exactly. so it's quite a shock for the united states. in some ways, it's -- obviously, there's the two brothers involved in this incident. the older brother would ha
, this as the two suspects, tamerlan tsarnaev and dzhokar tsarnaev might have been planning to flee to new york. authorities are looking into claims by their uncle that tamerlan tsarnaev was brainwashed by a friend who had converted to islam. there are also reports that the parents of the brothers spoke to u.s. investigators today. >>> in cambridge thousands of people gathered to pay respects today to fallen m.i.t. officer sean collier. >> the memorial service for the 27-year-old officer was held on the school's campus. law enforcement aofficers from all across the country -- officers from all across the country came. vice president joe biden spoke at the service. he was sought thursday night by the boston marathon bombings suspects who were trying to get the officer's gun. www.ktvu.com has complete coverage of the boston marathon bombings, you will find a slide show of photos. you can also read the transcript of the hearing held in the hospital for the remaining suspect. >>> new tonight at 6:00 p.m., stadium security is tighter but things could be getting more strict for baseball fans. ktvu's
a gun shot with police on early friday. his younger brother. dzhokar tsarnaev to was a shootout with police and he was taken to the same hospital when his older brother where his older brother died. >> this was truly an intense investigation. as a result of that justice is being served for the victims of these terrible crimes. for >> reporter: while these images continue to haunt the community they are breathing a little easier. for law enforcement the work is not done. >> this senseless tax and the families deserve an answer. the wounded have to learn how to stand, walk, live and deserve answers. >> reporter: just information coming and from an official the federal prosecutors are at hospital right now. working on possible charges and the camping gear since last night. and it is important to note that we remember the victim's and word that stance at this moment. 50 victims are still lead area hospitals. and they are still in critical victim's. reporting live in boston, tory done last name -- dunnin.. >> and after a gun battle. the suspect, joe- kar tsarnaev, was captured by po
. f.b.i. has their man but elite interrogation team may have to wait as dzhokar tsarnaev remains in serious condition in a boston hospital under very heavy guard and apparently unable to speak because of his wounds. >> gregg: welcome positive to a brand-new hour, i'm gregg jarrett. >> heather: i'm heather childers. they are laying out a frightening scenario. here he is on fox news sunday. >> they clearly had other explosives. they detonated those explosives at the scene of the arrest and shootout in watertown. we feel they had plans to use those explosives possibly on soft targets. >> heather: adam, what is going on at the hospital right now. what is the latest from authorities? >> reporter: authorities are tight-lipped. they haven't given us a lot of information. the u.s. attorneys office and f.b.i. confirm that the suspect is here in serious and stable condition. they have not had a chance to question him. that elite team of investigators are still in standby. there are a number of reports and suggestions the reason they haven't been able to question him is due to injuries. we
dzhokar tsarnaev is aquake and they're questioning him regarding whether he had accomplices or if there are unexplode bombs in the area. the issue is that he still has a severe wound to his neck so he is not able to speak. right now he is communicating through writing. this is nearly one week since the terror attack. ♪ >> the grieving and healing continues in boston, with families gathering to honor the victims at sunday mass. ♪ america, america,. ♪ god shed his grace on thee -- . >> a growing memorial at the finish line. >> we had to do this for the children, our children, and the children of boston and everywhere. reporter: charges are expected to be filed soon against the second suspect. dzhokar sauer never. >> and the an elite federal investigation team is standing by, wanting to know where they trained, who they trained with, and whether any other attacks were planned. >> they had other bombs. they didn't think they would get caught and were probably planning to do something else. >> of an intense shotout, tamerlan was killed, and this video shows the final showdo
marathon shows dzhokar tsarnaev setting his backpack down and quickly moving away. the massachusetts governor says the video is chilling. tsarnaev is in the hospital under heavy guard but we are learning he is awick and responding in writing to questions from officers. no further details have been released to far. he has severe throat wounds and is unable to physically talk with police. boston's police commissioner says he believes the suspects were likely planning other attacks. >> they clearly had other explosives. they detonated those at the scene of the expreaft shootout in tertown. we feel they had plans to use those explosives. possibly on soft targets. >> charged are expected to be filed soon against tsarnaev. investigators are looking into this brother's recent trip to a region of russia that is a hotbed of islamic activity. >>> senator dianne feinstein believes tsarnaev should not be classified as an enemy combatant. that would be unconstitutional. she is confident a solid case can be made for the death penalty without it. >> there is ample evidence, fingerprints, direct tes
: the world is waiting for answers from 19- year-old dzhokar tsarnaev. >> "he's not at a condition to be interrogated at this point in time." >> reporter: the sole surviving boston bombing suspect remains hospitalized with a gunshot wound to his neck. a justice department official says he'll face federal terrorism, and possibly state murder charges. boston's police commissioner says there may have been more attacks if authorities hadn't stopped tsarnaev and his older brother, tamerlan. >> "we have reason to believe, based upon the evidence that was found at that scene, the explosions, the explosive ordinance that was unexploded and the fire power that, they had that they were going to attack other individuals." >> reporter: in 2011, the f- b-i says it interviewed tamerlan, after russian authorities alerted the u-s government. the elder tsarnaev then made a six-month trip to russia in 2012, but his exact whereabouts and activities are unclear. >> "the ball was dropped in one of two ways, the fbi missed a lot of things is one potential answer, or our laws do not allow the fbi to foll
location. dzhokar tsarnaev was moved to a federal prison 40 miles from boston. >> a piece of a plane. they found landing gear boeing jammed between two buildings yesterday. authorities were would not rule out the chance it was placed there by someone but one of the buildings holds a controversial prayer from. the discovery is being treated as a crime scene for the time being. >> tonight a redwood city man remains on the run after escaping from hap handcuffs in a sheriff's car. he was arrested last night accused of assaulting his girlfriend. while deputies were completing their investigation, valencia managed to get out of the car and ran away. because he told family members he will not go back to jail, authorities consider him dangerous. he may now be driving a silver 1991 acura four-door. >> two people are still in critical condition tonight after a deadly crash in oakland. it happened about 3:45 this afternoon on highway 13 near the lincoln overpass. the driver lost control flipping the suv several times. sky7hd was overhead. you can see the car backwards in the southbound lane. on
was found hiding after the water town shootings, a boat was towed to a safe location. dzhokar tsarnaev was moved to a federal prison 40 miles from boston. >> a piece of a plane. they found landing gear boeing jammed between two buildings yesterday. authorities were would not rule out the chance it was placed there by someone but one of the buildings holds a controversial prayer from. the discovery is being treated as a crime scene for the time being. >> tonight a redwood city man remains on the run after escaping from hap handcuffs in a sheriff's car. he was arrested last night accused of assaulting his girlfriend. while deputies were completing their investigation, valencia managed to get out of the car and ran away. because he told family members he will not go back to jail, authorities consider him dangerous. he may now be driving a silver 1991 acura four-door. >> two people are still in critical condition tonight after a deadly crash in oakland. it happened about 3:45 this afternoon on highway 13 near the lincoln overpass. the driver lost control flipping the suv several times. sky
radical excavation. we also learned this week that younger brother dzhokar tsarnaev was cut short when the federal judge read him his independent rights possibly sacrificing valuable intelligence. we're joined by the our board. matt, terror. in hindsight it's 20/20 and this is big attack since 9/11. what stands out to you so far about this event? >> two things. one that the f.b.i. and the c.i.a. had him on their radar screens. they had him in 2011. fwib went to see him question him, went through things. when he went to russia he had been radicalized for six months, the f.b.i. and c.i.a. didn't know he left apparently. although the department of homeland security did foe but came back six months later. but it turned out that someone at boston airport did know. >> paul: so that was one of big lessons of 9/11. you share information so you know who these people are. is this how a bureaucracy behaves. >> they are bureaucracies, they are big complicated cases. he was on four list. one listed had 700,000 names on it. how can there be 700,000 names on list like this. that is sizable, good size
training? >> boston bombs were detonated by a remote control from a toy car. dzhokar tsarnaev spent his first full day at prison hospital about 40 miles from boston much to the relief from boston's beth israel hospital. >> i'm happy he is not here anymore. it will take the stress and pressure off the patients being here treated from the bombing. >> as boston slowly and painfully heals, boylston street reopened for people and business. >> we are looking to move forward and looking to get back to normalcy and let that process start. >> youngest victim, 8-year-old martin richard didn't live to play in his first little game of the season. martin's teammates honored him on the field with a moment of silence. this memorial painted in center field. >> ama: f.b.i. has made a new arrest in the poison letters sent to the president and senator. they say everett dusky was arrested at his home. they allegedly contained ricin and sent to president obama and roger wicker and earlier to an 80-year-old mississippi judge. he insists he is innocent. kha, were filed against someone else but eventually drop
possible radicalization. younger brother dzhokar tsarnaev questioning by the f.b.i. was cut short where a federal judge read him his miranda rights possibly sacrificing valuable intelligence. i'm joined by dan hinninger and matt kominski this is first really big attack since 9/11. all credit do to our ain't terror brigades. with a stands out to you about this event? >> two things really. one that the f.b.i. and c.i.a. had him on their radar screens. they had him in 2011 in march. f.b.i. went to see him, question him and went through his thing, when he went to the russia confirming he had been radicalized for six months, the f.b.i. and c.i.a. didn't know he had left but the homeland security did know and didn't know he came back six months later. someone now at boston airport did know. >> paul: so there was know sharing, that was supposed to be one of big lessons of 9/11. you share information so people know who these people are. is that how bureaucracies behave? >> they are bureaucracies, they are big complicated places. he was on one list. think there were three or four such lists of s
? >> reporter: there is concern that the surviving suspect dzhokar tsarnaev lawyered up too soon. 19-year-old was apprehended after a gun battle and read his rights in the hospital even though a public safety exception was evoked to delay the reading of his rights for some time, some say that wasn't long enough. >> the public safety waiver they could have used to keep this person before reading the miranda rights, i think they pulled the trigger too soon. i think there is more to be had there. >> reporter: some say it was long enough to allow other suspects to pose an immediate danger. >> gregg: and what other ways may have the investigation been hampered? >> the focus is tamerlan tsarnaev and his trip to russia last year. critics want to know whether he was radicalized when he went there or met with people when he was in russia could have trained him in terrorism. some think the mother of two boys should be a person of interest in this case and should be detained if she returns from russia. they say russians withheld information about her. >> they certainly had evidence that the mother t
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